New trends for the corporate culture
You can call the trend as you want, there are many terms for it: Feelgood Management, New Work, Work-Life Balance, Work-Life Blend or Work 4.0. We have reported on this in many places, for example, in an interview with Goodplace founder Monika Krauss-Wildegger.
However, one thing is unified: independent of the common catchwords, the need for a new corporate culture and the trend towards less separation between work and leisure, working and living time are clearly noticeable.
And more, for many Company These terms are now a firm trend in employer branding.
For this very reason, the conference will take place on Thursday November 05th at the Akademie Schnittke in Hamburg.Working time is lifetime" instead of.
The motivation of the conference
The conference will focus on health opportunities, feel-good managers, flexible working hours and renewal of outdated structures in companies. Co-organizer and Goodplace founder Monika Krauss-Wildegger we have to interviewed here.
The conference also wants to set fresh impulses for a new corporate culture. It is organized by Pausenkicker, Goodplace, Biobob, Zukunftsvermögen and Feelgood at work. The aim is to illuminate these topics intensively, to discuss and to give new inspirations.
Inspirations for early birds
Still until 25.09. there is the Early Bird Ticket for 249 Euro, then there is up to 15.10. Early booking ticket for 280 Euro. A normal ticket costs 350 Euro, for students 70 Euro.
The conference will go to the Lichtwark School, which supports young people of all social backgrounds in the form of art in their personal development and promotes their responsible participation in social life.
Speaker and content: How Feelgood pays off
True to the motto: “Happy employee = happy company”, investments in the form of health offers, feel-good managers, flexible working hours and renewal of outdated structures pay off on BOTH sides and lead to sustainable corporate success, motivated employees and reduced sick leave.
In addition to innovative contributions from “New work” advocates, the top speakers explain how the renowned corporate philosopher Dominik Veken and trend researchers Dr. Ragnar Willer the topic with different questions.
- What steps are necessary for a well-being culture?
- What do companies have to do to be more attractive than material benefits for knowledge workers?
- And how can we sustainably and joyfully strengthen our own resources (body, mind, voice) in the “burn-out” age?
The event offers industry representatives, people from outside the industry and all curious people from 13:00 to 18:30 p.m. ideas with a lively conference moderation and basis for discussion through “graphic recording”. Following the podium discussion, the organizers invite you to a get-together with delicious snacks and atmospheric live music.
In order to set the course for future (knowledge) workers, the surpluses will be donated to the Lichtwark School, whose educational goal is a self-determined and responsible participation of young people in social life.
What do you have to do to win the ticket?
As a media partner of the conference “Working time is life time”, we are therefore happy to raffle off a ticket for participation worth € 350.
If you want to win the ticket, you must subscribe to the 13.10.2015 newsletter. We will raffle a ticket under all our newsletter subscribers.
The winner will then be personally informed by us.
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